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  • 2019

    hartleynature.org/

    Hartley Nature Center  (HNC) is an independent non-profit environmental education corporation located in Duluth’s Hartley park. Hartley Nature Center is  dedicated to inspiring life long connections to nature through education, play and exploration. They offer a wide variety of community programing through school programs, field trips, summer camps, public programing and Hartley Nature Preschool. Numerous recreation opportunities are available such as hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, bird watching, fishing and snowshoeing- there is truly something for everyone.   The varied classroom settings both inside and outside HNC provide inviting and interactive spaces to learn, grow and gather as a community.

    www.coggs.com/

    COGGS was started in 1994 when the Superior Bikers and the North Star Bike Club combined. A 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, COGGS’ mission is to improve the cycling opportunities for citizens of the Twin Ports for generations to come. As an organization, we are dedicated to building an expansive network of multi-use trails in the Twin Ports that are sustainable, accessible and provide a high level of recreational enjoyment; preserving our area’s green spaces and connecting our communities via natural surface trails; providing races, social events and group rides for members to enjoy and meet other outdoor recreation enthusiasts; maintaining our trail system through volunteer and paid trail maintenance crews; and educating the community on responsible trail use and care-taking. As of 2011, COGGS is a chapter of the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA).

    www.willstegerfoundation.org/

    Climate Generation: A Will Steger Legacy (formerly Will Steger Foundation), is a recognized leader in climate change education, youth mentorship, and public engagement .Climate change is not only the encompassing issue of our time, but also the priority issue for youth across the globe. Climate Generation is responding directly to this call to action by strategically supporting and engaging youth and educators using a holistic approach that values both educators and youth leaders as critical agents of change.

    www.friends-bwca.org/

    Leading the effort to protect and restore the BWCAW from adverse environmental threats is the Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness. The Friends’’ mission is to protect, preserve and restore the wilderness character of the BWCAW and the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem. The organization formed in 1976 to protect this vulnerable area and two years later shepherded legislation through Congress that brought full protection to the Boundary Waters. Today, the Minneapolis, Minnesota-based organization of 4,000 members is a sentry against further harm in the BWCAW and the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem. Their current fight against the threat of sulfide mining that could adversely affect not only the BWCAW but areas in the watershed extending to Duluth, Lake Superior and beyond is crucial to support.

  • 2018

    www.coggs.com/

    COGGS was started in 1994 when the Superior Bikers and the North Star Bike Club combined. A 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, COGGS’ mission is to improve the cycling opportunities for citizens of the Twin Ports for generations to come. As an organization, we are dedicated to building an expansive network of multi-use trails in the Twin Ports that are sustainable, accessible and provide a high level of recreational enjoyment; preserving our area’s green spaces and connecting our communities via natural surface trails; providing races, social events and group rides for members to enjoy and meet other outdoor recreation enthusiasts; maintaining our trail system through volunteer and paid trail maintenance crews; and educating the community on responsible trail use and care-taking. As of 2011, COGGS is a chapter of the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA).

  • 2017

    www.coggs.com/

    COGGS was started in 1994 when the Superior Bikers and the North Star Bike Club combined. A 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, COGGS’ mission is to improve the cycling opportunities for citizens of the Twin Ports for generations to come. As an organization, we are dedicated to building an expansive network of multi-use trails in the Twin Ports that are sustainable, accessible and provide a high level of recreational enjoyment; preserving our area’s green spaces and connecting our communities via natural surface trails; providing races, social events and group rides for members to enjoy and meet other outdoor recreation enthusiasts; maintaining our trail system through volunteer and paid trail maintenance crews; and educating the community on responsible trail use and care-taking. As of 2011, COGGS is a chapter of the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA).

    www.friends-bwca.org/

    Leading the effort to protect and restore the BWCAW from adverse environmental threats is the Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness. The Friends’’ mission is to protect, preserve and restore the wilderness character of the BWCAW and the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem. The organization formed in 1976 to protect this vulnerable area and two years later shepherded legislation through Congress that brought full protection to the Boundary Waters. Today, the Minneapolis, Minnesota-based organization of 4,000 members is a sentry against further harm in the BWCAW and the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem. Their current fight against the threat of sulfide mining that could adversely affect not only the BWCAW but areas in the watershed extending to Duluth, Lake Superior and beyond is crucial to support.

    www.willstegerfoundation.org/

    Climate Generation: A Will Steger Legacy (formerly Will Steger Foundation), is a recognized leader in climate change education, youth mentorship, and public engagement .Climate change is not only the encompassing issue of our time, but also the priority issue for youth across the globe. Climate Generation is responding directly to this call to action by strategically supporting and engaging youth and educators using a holistic approach that values both educators and youth leaders as critical agents of change.

    stlouisriver.org/

    St. Louis River Alliance  (SLRA) is a local nonprofit organization that is working to oversee activities and practices that are helping to restore, protect and enhance the St. Louis River. The St. Louis River Alliance is members working together to protect, restore and enhance the St Louis River.

    www.savetheboundarywaters.org/

    The Campaign to Save The Boundary Waters is leading the efforts to protect the Boundary Waters Wilderness from sulfide-ore copper mining. The Campaign, led by Northeastern Minnesotans for Wilderness, was organized by local residents in and around Ely, Minnesota, who are dedicated to creating a national movement to protect the clean water, clean air and forest landscape of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and its watershed from toxic pollution caused by mining copper, nickel and other metals from sulfide-bearing ore. The Boundary Waters is just a two hour drive from Duluth and the largest wilderness area east of the Rocky Mountains. A proposed sulfide mine, could adversely affect not only the BWCAW but also areas in the watershed extending to Duluth, our beloved Lake Superior and beyond.

  • 2016

    www.coggs.com/

    COGGS was started in 1994 when the Superior Bikers and the North Star Bike Club combined. A 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, COGGS’ mission is to improve the cycling opportunities for citizens of the Twin Ports for generations to come. As an organization, we are dedicated to building an expansive network of multi-use trails in the Twin Ports that are sustainable, accessible and provide a high level of recreational enjoyment; preserving our area’s green spaces and connecting our communities via natural surface trails; providing races, social events and group rides for members to enjoy and meet other outdoor recreation enthusiasts; maintaining our trail system through volunteer and paid trail maintenance crews; and educating the community on responsible trail use and care-taking. As of 2011, COGGS is a chapter of the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA).

    www.friends-bwca.org/

    Leading the effort to protect and restore the BWCAW from adverse environmental threats is the Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness. The Friends’’ mission is to protect, preserve and restore the wilderness character of the BWCAW and the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem. The organization formed in 1976 to protect this vulnerable area and two years later shepherded legislation through Congress that brought full protection to the Boundary Waters. Today, the Minneapolis, Minnesota-based organization of 4,000 members is a sentry against further harm in the BWCAW and the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem. Their current fight against the threat of sulfide mining that could adversely affect not only the BWCAW but areas in the watershed extending to Duluth, Lake Superior and beyond is crucial to support.

    duluthclimbers.org/

    The Duluth Climbers Coalition is a nonprofit 501(c)3 advocacy organization made up of local Duluth climbers, outdoor recreation educators, and business owners. Our goal is to secure and preserve access to climbing crags located within the city of Duluth, and to promote local climbing for participants of all ages and abilities and across all climbing disciplines (bouldering, rock, ice, and mixed climbing).

    www.duluthxc.com/

    Founded in 2004, the Duluth Cross-Country Ski Club (DXC) promotes healthy lifestyles, fitness, and fun through cross-country skiing by providing programs, informational resources and special events to the community. DXC works to accomplish its mission by promoting and supporting cross country skiing in Duluth, providing cross country skiing resources and information to the community, offering opportunities for youth and adults to ski, race and socialize, and preserving, maintaining and enhancing ski trails and facilities. The Duluth XC Ski Club is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

  • 2015

    www.coggs.com/

    COGGS has been improving cycling opportunities in the Duluth, MN, area since 1994. Its current focus is a project called the Duluth Traverse, a 100+ mile network of multiuse trail for mountain biking and other human-powered travel. When finished, the Duluth Traverse will span the entire 26-mile-long city limits and be the nation’s longest single track trail system within an urban environment. Loll’s 2015 contribution (our second year in a row donating to COGGS) of $30,000 will go toward building a key link in the trail: a five-mile path between Hartley Park and Lester Park, which COGGS hopes to complete this summer.

    www.friends-bwca.org/

    A Minneapolis, Minnesota-based organization of 3,000+ members, Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness works to protect and restore the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW). The organization formed in 1976 to protect this vulnerable area and two years later steered legislation through Congress that brought full protection to the BWCAW. 2015 marks the seventh year in a row Loll has donated to Friends. We were honored to receive the organization’s annual Conservation Award in 2014. Our 2015 contribution of $20,000 will go toward the organization’s fight against the threat of sulfide mining, which could adversely affect not only the BWCAW but also areas in the watershed extending to Duluth, Lake Superior and beyond.

    www.willstegerfoundation.org/

    2015 marks the fifth year in a row we have donated to Climate Generation: A Will Steger Legacy (formerly Will Steger Foundation), which educates and empowers people to engage in solutions to climate change. This year’s contribution is going toward the Foundation’s two-year project Climate Minnesota: Local Stories, Community Solutions. The goal of this campaign is to increase public awareness of local climate change impacts and build community resiliency. A big part of Climate Minnesota includes convenings across the state, where the public can learn about local impacts, hear stories from community members, and help come up with real, place-based solutions. As part of our $15,000 donation this year, Loll is sponsoring convenings in Burnsville, Duluth, Virginia and Minnetonka.

    www.sustainabletwinports.org/

    This is the fifth year in a row that Loll has donated to Sustainable Twin Ports, an organization working to further economic, environmental and social sustainability in Duluth, MN and Superior, WI, through education, networking and action. This year, we worked with Sustainable Twin Ports to create a scholarship that helps a small or emerging local business participate in the Sustainable Twin Ports’ 2015 Early Adopter sustainability training program, which trains companies on environmentally, economically and socially sustainable business practices. Named the “Loll Designs Sustainability Scholarship,” the grant covers half of the program cost for a business. Our contribution of $8,000 also included a donation to the Sustainable Twin Port’s general operating fund, separate from the scholarship.

  • 2014

    Sustainable Twin Ports is dedicated to furthering economic, environmental & social sustainability in the western Lake Superior region through education, networking and action. Community – Environment – Economy – We believe everyone in the twin ports of Duluth, MN and Superior, WI value the health of all three. Sustainable Twin Ports has decided to move from belief to action by teaching our neighbors, businesses and public entities how to take meaningful steps toward sustainability. We all make hundreds of decisions every day, all day long. While most of us consider the economic side, few stop long enough to consider the effects of those decisions on the Environment, or on other people. By working together, we can create transformational change toward a healthier community, a healthier environment and a healthier bottom line.

    www.friends-bwca.org/

    Leading the effort to protect and restore the BWCAW from adverse environmental threats is the Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness. The Friends’’ mission is to protect, preserve and restore the wilderness character of the BWCAW and the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem. The organization formed in 1976 to protect this vulnerable area and two years later shepherded legislation through Congress that brought full protection to the Boundary Waters. Today, the Minneapolis, Minnesota-based organization of 4,000 members is a sentry against further harm in the BWCAW and the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem. Their current fight against the threat of sulfide mining that could adversely affect not only the BWCAW but areas in the watershed extending to Duluth, Lake Superior and beyond is crucial to support.

    www.willstegerfoundation.org/

    Founded by the passionate and renowned polar explorer Will Steger, The Will Steger Foundation is dedicated to creating programs that foster international cooperation and leadership through environmental education and policy. As eyewitness to the reality of global warming, and as an explorer taking on daunting challenges, the Will Steger Foundation inspires people to embrace the transition to a low-carbon economy: exploring the path forward and leading the way through exciting education, citizen engagement and international cooperation. They are educating, inspiring and empowering people of all ages to engage in climate change solutions.

    www.coggs.com/

    COGGS has been improving the cycling opportunities for citizens of the Duluth, Minnesota area since 1994. Its focus is now a project named the Duluth Traverse, which will be a 100 mile long multi-use, singletrack trail that is purpose-built for mountain biking and other human powered travel. When finished, it will span the entire 26 miles of the City of Duluth and be the longest urban multi-use trail in the nation.

    In 2014, Loll selected COGGS as its largest single beneficiary of the 2013 1% donation. Loll’s donation helped equip the COGGS Trail Crew with a skilled workforce and professional-grade equipment, thus assuring that the investment in the Duluth Traverse Trail System will be preserved and see steady progress for years to come.

  • 2013

    www.friends-bwca.org/

    Leading the effort to protect and restore the BWCAW from adverse environmental threats is the Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness. The Friends’’ mission is to protect, preserve and restore the wilderness character of the BWCAW and the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem. The organization formed in 1976 to protect this vulnerable area and two years later shepherded legislation through Congress that brought full protection to the Boundary Waters. Today, the Minneapolis, Minnesota-based organization of 4,000 members is a sentry against further harm in the BWCAW and the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem. Their current fight against the threat of sulfide mining that could adversely affect not only the BWCAW but areas in the watershed extending to Duluth, Lake Superior and beyond is crucial to support.

    www.willstegerfoundation.org/

    Founded by the passionate and renowned polar explorer Will Steger, The Will Steger Foundation is dedicated to creating programs that foster international cooperation and leadership through environmental education and policy. As eyewitness to the reality of global warming, and as an explorer taking on daunting challenges, the Will Steger Foundation inspires people to embrace the transition to a low-carbon economy: exploring the path forward and leading the way through exciting education, citizen engagement and international cooperation. They are educating, inspiring and empowering people of all ages to engage in climate change solutions.

    www.windustry.org/

    Windustry promotes progressive renewable energy solutions and empowers communities to develop and own wind energy as an environmentally sustainable asset. Through member supported outreach, education and advocacy they work to remove the barriers to broad community ownership of wind energy.

    www.sugarloafnorthshore.org/

    Sugarloaf Cove is a quiet spot on Lake Superior on Highway 61, 73 miles north of Duluth and 6 miles south of Schroeder, Minnesota. For 30 years, Sugarloaf Cove was home to Consolidated Paper’s log rafting operations. Now it is a place to learn about the natural and human history of the North Shore, with a State Scientific and Natural Area at its core. Sugarloaf is a membership funded organization. Visit next time you drive up the North Shore along Lake Superior, Highway 61, Mile Post 73.3!

    www.trumpeterswansociety.org/

    The Trumpeter Swan Society (TTSS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to assuring the vitality and welfare of wild Trumpeter Swan populations.

    Early settlers nearly destroyed this magnificent species, but many people have worked hard to save the last remnants and start them on the path to recovery. It is now up to us all to help nurture that recovery and help ensure that Trumpeter Swans will be secure in our modern world. TTSS is a means for those who cherish these swans to work together and support their continued restoration.

    Since the founding in 1968, TTSS has provided the vision, knowledge, and advocacy to move restoration efforts forward and improve management of Trumpeter Swans across North America. The 500+ members in the U.S. and Canada include interested private citizens, waterfowl propagators, businesses, and many of the professional waterfowl biologists and managers who have guided Trumpeter Swan management in recent decades.

    www.sustainabletwinports.org/

    Sustainable Twin Ports is dedicated to furthering economic, environmental & social sustainability in the western Lake Superior region through education, networking and action. Community – Environment – Economy – We believe everyone in the twin ports of Duluth, MN and Superior, WI value the health of all three. Sustainable Twin Ports has decided to move from belief to action by teaching our neighbors, businesses and public entities how to take meaningful steps toward sustainability. We all make hundreds of decisions every day, all day long. While most of us consider the economic side, few stop long enough to consider the effects of those decisions on the Environment, or on other people. By working together, we can create transformational change toward a healthier community, a healthier environment and a healthier bottom line.

    www.conservationminnesota.org/

    From our four “real” seasons to our 10,000 lakes, the Great Outdoors defines life here. It is where many of our most cherished memories are created with family and friends. Passing our experiences and traditions on to our children, being good stewards of our land and lakes — these are values that we all share. At Conservation Minnesota, we turn your love of Minnesota’s Great Outdoors into the laws that protect it. And we provide reliable information to help you make important decisions for your family, community and future.

    www.bikemn.org/

    We believe that bicycling should be a safe, easy, fun and cool choice for everyone and that more people bicycling more often will benefit the health of individuals, communities, the environment and the economy. As a member of BikeMN, you will help in supporting our efforts to:

    Advocate for bicycle friendly laws, policies, projects and programs.
    Educate bicyclists and drivers using a national curriculum and awareness campaign focused on motorists.
    Encourage biking through events and promotions.
    Help businesses and communities to be more bicycle friendly.

    www.recycleminnesota.org/

    The Recycling Association of Minnesota (RAM) is committed to promoting resource conservation through waste prevention, reuse, recycling, composting and purchasing practices using the most cost effective and environmentally sound methods available in Minnesota. We do this by holding conferences, convening educational forums, creating networking opportunities, disseminating timely information, providing public education, creating unique recycling programs and initiating cooperative dialogue among our diverse membership.
    RAM provides outreach activities to the public through the America Recycles Day campaign, our unique recycling programs, our website, recycled product educational kits, educational events and other means. RAM is the state affiliate of the National Recycling Coalition, Keep America Beautiful and is the state organizer for America Recycles Day. RAM has more than 250 members from the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.

    www.carbonfund.org/

    Loll has signed-up with Carbonfund.org to help support projects such as renewable energy, energy efficiency and reforestation projects. Though carbon offsets are difficult to quantify, at Loll we believe in supporting projects that reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Loll pays a fee to Carbonfund for every package shipped and Carbonfund uses that money to fund their projects.

  • 2012

    www.friends-bwca.org/

    Leading the effort to protect and restore the BWCAW from adverse environmental threats is the Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness. The Friends’ mission is to protect, preserve and restore the wilderness character of the BWCAW and the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem. The organization formed in 1976 to protect this vulnerable area and two years later shepherded legislation through Congress that brought full protection to the Boundary Waters. Today, the Minneapolis, Minnesota-based organization of 4,000 members is a sentry against further harm in the BWCAW and the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem. Their current fight against the threat of sulfide mining that could adversely affect not only the BWCAW but areas in the watershed extending to Duluth, Lake Superior and beyond is crucial to support.

    www.willstegerfoundation.org/

    Founded by the passionate and renowned polar explorer Will Steger, The Will Steger Foundation is dedicated to creating programs that foster international cooperation and leadership through environmental education and policy. As eyewitness to the reality of global warming, and as an explorer taking on daunting challenges, the Will Steger Foundation inspires people to embrace the transition to a low-carbon economy: exploring the path forward and leading the way through exciting education, citizen engagement and international cooperation. They are educating, inspiring and empowering people of all ages to engage in climate change solutions.

    www.windustry.org/

    Windustry promotes progressive renewable energy solutions and empowers communities to develop and own wind energy as an environmentally sustainable asset. Through member supported outreach, education and advocacy they work to remove the barriers to broad community ownership of wind energy.

    www.sugarloafnorthshore.org/

    Sugarloaf Cove is a quiet spot on Lake Superior on Highway 61, 73 miles north of Duluth and 6 miles south of Schroeder, Minnesota. For 30 years, Sugarloaf Cove was home to Consolidated Paper’s log rafting operations. Now it is a place to learn about the natural and human history of the North Shore, with a State Scientific and Natural Area at its core. Sugarloaf is a membership funded organization. Visit next time you drive up the North Shore along Lake Superior, Highway 61, Mile Post 73.3!

    www.trumpeterswansociety.org/

    The Trumpeter Swan Society (TTSS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to assuring the vitality and welfare of wild Trumpeter Swan populations.

    Early settlers nearly destroyed this magnificent species, but many people have worked hard to save the last remnants and start them on the path to recovery. It is now up to us all to help nurture that recovery and help ensure that Trumpeter Swans will be secure in our modern world. TTSS is a means for those who cherish these swans to work together and support their continued restoration.

    Since the founding in 1968, TTSS has provided the vision, knowledge, and advocacy to move restoration efforts forward and improve management of Trumpeter Swans across North America. The 500+ members in the U.S. and Canada include interested private citizens, waterfowl propagators, businesses, and many of the professional waterfowl biologists and managers who have guided Trumpeter Swan management in recent decades.

    www.sustainabletwinports.org/

    Sustainable Twin Ports is dedicated to furthering economic, environmental & social sustainability in the the western Lake Superior region through education, networking and action. Community – Environment – Economy – We believe everyone in the twin ports of Duluth, MN and Superior, WI value the health of all three. Sustainable Twin Ports has decided to move from belief to action by teaching our neighbors, businesses and public entities how to take meaningful steps toward sustainability. We all make hundreds of decisions every day, all day long. While most of us consider the economic side, few stop long enough to consider the effects of those decisions on the Environment, or on other people. By working together, we can create transformational change toward a healthier community, a healthier environment and a healthier bottom line.

  • 2011

    www.friends-bwca.org/

    Leading the effort to protect and restore the BWCAW from adverse environmental threats is the Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness. The Friends’ mission is to protect, preserve and restore the wilderness character of the BWCAW and the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem. The organization formed in 1976 to protect this vulnerable area and two years later shepherded legislation through Congress that brought full protection to the Boundary Waters. Today, the Minneapolis, Minnesota-based organization of 4,000 members is a sentry against further harm in the BWCAW and the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem.

    www.minnesotawaters.org/

    Minnesota Waters envisions an engaged citizenry working to protect and restore Minnesota’s irreplaceable natural assets – our clean and healthy lakes and streams – for current and future generations. The mission of Minnesota Waters is to promote responsible stewardship of our water resources by engaging citizens, local and state policymakers, and other partners in the protection and restoration of Minnesota’s lakes and rivers.

    www.www.windustry.org/

    Windustry promotes progressive renewable energy solutions and empowers communities to develop and own wind energy as an environmentally sustainable asset. Through member supported outreach, education and advocacy we work to remove the barriers to broad community ownership of wind energy.

    www.sugarloafnorthshore.org/

    Sugarloaf Cove is your own quiet spot on Lake Superior…on Highway 61, 73 miles north of Duluth and 6 miles south of Schroeder, Minnesota. For 30 years, Sugarloaf Cove was home to Consolidated Paper’s log rafting operations. Now it is a place to learn about the natural and human history of the North Shore, with a State Scientific and Natural Area at its core. Sugarloaf is a membership funded organization. Visit next time you drive up the North Shore along Lake Superior, Highway 61, Mile Post 73.3!

    www.trumpeterswansociety.org/

    The Trumpeter Swan Society (TTSS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to assuring the vitality and welfare of wild Trumpeter Swan populations.

    Early settlers nearly destroyed this magnificent species, but many people have worked hard to save the last remnants and start them on the path to recovery. It is now up to us all to help nurture that recovery and help ensure that Trumpeter Swans will be secure in our modern world. TTSS is a means for those who cherish these swans to work together and support their continued restoration.

    Since the founding in 1968, TTSS has provided the vision, knowledge, and advocacy to move restoration efforts forward and improve management of Trumpeter Swans across North America. The 500+ members in the U.S. and Canada include interested private citizens, waterfowl propagators, businesses, and many of the professional waterfowl biologists and managers who have guided Trumpeter Swan management in recent decades.

    www.willstegerfoundation.org/

    Founded by the passionate and renowned polar explorer Will Steger, The Will Steger Foundation is dedicated to creating programs that foster international cooperation and leadership through environmental education and policy. As eyewitness to the reality of global warming, and as an explorer taking on daunting challenges, the Will Steger Foundation inspires people to embrace the transition to a low-carbon economy: exploring the path forward and leading the way through exciting education, citizen engagement and international cooperation. We are educating, inspiring and empowering people of all ages to engage in climate change solutions.

    www.sustainabletwinports.org/

    Sustainable Twin Ports is dedicated to furthering economic, environmental & social sustainability in the Twin Ports and western Lake Superior region through education, networking and action. Community – Environment – Economy – We believe everyone in the twin ports of Duluth, MN and Superior, WI value the health of all three. Sustainable Twin Ports has decided to move from belief to action by teaching our neighbors, businesses and public entities how to take meaningful steps toward sustainability. We all make hundreds of decisions every day, all day long. While most of us consider the economic side, few stop long enough to consider the effects of those decisions on the Environment, or on other People By working together, we can create transformational change toward a healthier community, a healthier environment and a healthier bottom line.

  • 2010

    www.friends-bwca.org/

    Leading the effort to protect and restore the BWCAW from adverse environmental threats is the Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness. The Friends’ mission is to protect, preserve and restore the wilderness character of the BWCAW and the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem. The organization formed in 1976 to protect this vulnerable area and two years later shepherded legislation through Congress that brought full protection to the Boundary Waters. Today, the Minneapolis, Minnesota-based organization of 4,000 members is a sentry against further harm in the BWCAW and the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem.

    www.minnesotawaters.org/

    Minnesota Waters envisions an engaged citizenry working to protect and restore Minnesota’s irreplaceable natural assets – our clean and healthy lakes and streams – for current and future generations. The mission of Minnesota Waters is to promote responsible stewardship of our water resources by engaging citizens, local and state policymakers, and other partners in the protection and restoration of Minnesota’s lakes and rivers.

    www.windustry.org/

    Windustry promotes progressive renewable energy solutions and empowers communities to develop and own wind energy as an environmentally sustainable asset. Through member supported outreach, education and advocacy we work to remove the barriers to broad community ownership of wind energy.

    www.sweetwateralliance.org/

    Sweetwater Alliance was created in 2002 as a fusion between ecological restoration and art and as a vehicle to creatively restore aquatic habitats. Currently, our major emphasis is to fund, design and build a Stormwater Garden on Duluth’s Lake Superior waterfront.

  • 2009

    www.minnesotawaters.org/

    Minnesota Waters envisions an engaged citizenry working to protect and restore Minnesota’s irreplaceable natural assets – our clean and healthy lakes and streams – for current and future generations. The mission of Minnesota Waters is to promote responsible stewardship of our water resources by engaging citizens, local and state policymakers, and other partners in the protection and restoration of Minnesota’s lakes and rivers.

    www.windustry.org/

    Windustry promotes progressive renewable energy solutions and empowers communities to develop and own wind energy as an environmentally sustainable asset. Through member supported outreach, education and advocacy we work to remove the barriers to broad community ownership of wind energy.

    www.sweetwateralliance.org/

    Sweetwater Alliance was created in 2002 as a fusion between ecological restoration and art and as a vehicle to creatively restore aquatic habitats. Currently, our major emphasis is to fund, design and build a Stormwater Garden on Duluth’s Lake Superior waterfront.

  • 2008

    www.friends-bwca.org/

    Leading the effort to protect and restore the BWCAW from adverse environmental threats is the Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness. The Friends’ mission is to protect, preserve and restore the wilderness character of the BWCAW and the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem. The organization formed in 1976 to protect this vulnerable area and two years later shepherded legislation through Congress that brought full protection to the Boundary Waters. Today, the Minneapolis, Minnesota-based organization of 4,000 members is a sentry against further harm in the BWCAW and the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem.

    www.friends-bwca.org/

    Leading the effort to protect and restore the BWCAW from adverse environmental threats is the Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness. The Friends’ mission is to protect, preserve and restore the wilderness character of the BWCAW and the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem. The organization formed in 1976 to protect this vulnerable area and two years later shepherded legislation through Congress that brought full protection to the Boundary Waters. Today, the Minneapolis, Minnesota-based organization of 4,000 members is a sentry against further harm in the BWCAW and the Quetico-Superior Ecosystem.

    www.mncenter.org/

    Since 1974, the MCEA has been the legal and scientific voice protecting and defending Minnesota’s environment. Program areas include clean energy, public health, transportation and land use, water quality, wildlife and natural resources, and legislative and legal advocacy.

    www.minnesotawaters.org/

    Minnesota Waters envisions an engaged citizenry working to protect and restore Minnesota’s irreplaceable natural assets – our clean and healthy lakes and streams – for current and future generations. The mission of Minnesota Waters is to promote responsible stewardship of our water resources by engaging citizens, local and state policymakers, and other partners in the protection and restoration of Minnesota’s lakes and rivers.

    www.lscwc.org/

    Welcome to the newly established Lake Superior Conservancy and Watershed Council. LSCWC is an international non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring the long-term sustainable health of the Lake Superior watershed. Through basin-wide communication, education, scientific study, preservation and conservation activities we are dedicated to protecting the natural legacy of Lake Superior and its ecosystems.